Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capita Group LSE:CPI London Ordinary Share GB00B23K0M20 ORD 2.066666P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +8.50p +1.66% 522.00p 522.50p 523.00p 535.00p 515.50p 522.50p 3,475,045.00 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4,836.9 55.6 8.0 65.6 3,481.98

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2017
21:46
Intrinsic value can be in th eeye of the beholder depending on how it is calculated - Just look at PSON today !!
pugugly
18/1/2017
21:36
If the CPI price is ... way below the intrinsic value of the business, 2% of the fund appears quite a modest position imv. Unless Woodford has a long list of other companies even further below intrinsic value.
essentialinvestor
18/1/2017
21:29
Woodford IM: 'Owning Capita was a mistake...but we've added to the holding'By Beth Brearley 18th January 2017 3:08 pmNeil WoodfordWoodford Investment Management's Mitchell Fraser-Jones admits it was "a mistake" to invest in Capita in 2016, with the share price more than halving over the course of the year.However Fraser-Jones, head of communications at Woodford IM, says the team recently increased the Capita holding in the £9.5bn Equity Income fund to "[take] advantage of the depressed share price". At the end of November, the fund held 2.18 per cent in Capita.In the December Equity Income fund update, Fraser-Jones says the market has overreacted to Capita's profit warnings and they are maintain their conviction in the long-term prospects for the firm.He says: "With the benefit of hindsight, it has been a mistake to own Capita shares within the portfolio over the last 12 months – that is evident in the fact that its share price has fallen from over £11 per share at the start of 2016 to below £5 per share at times during December."However, it is critical that we do not compound that mistake through an emotional reaction to the disappointment of the share price fall. Our view is that the market has overreacted – to an extent, understandably – to this series of negative trading updates. In turn, this has driven Capita's share price way below the intrinsic value of the business."In the firm's year in review, Neil Woodford admitted he is disappointed with the UK Equity Income fund's performance in 2016 as it failed to achieve the high single digit returns it had been aiming for.The fund returned 3.3 per cent for the one-year period ended 31 December compared to 16.8 per cent in the FTSE All Share. The previous year it had delivered a more exceptional 16.3 per cent compared to 1 per cent in the All Share.
mj19
17/1/2017
08:31
Buyers appear to "live" at £5 for now.
tim 3
13/1/2017
10:24
Thanks tim3
crabbeng
12/1/2017
20:26
hxxps://woodfordfunds.com/words/blog/2016-year-review/?utm_source=blog-alert&;utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2016-year-review
tim 3
21/12/2016
20:21
Which year?
excell1
21/12/2016
14:22
Good punt for medium term - confident that will be trading north of 600 by March.
eisler
21/12/2016
13:13
Wirral Globe MP's concern that Wirral medical records 'chaos' is threatening patient care Concern patient care is being harmed by failures in the records-management service run for the NHS in England by private company Capita Concern patient care is being harmed by failures in the records-management service run for the NHS in England by private company Capita 1 hr ago DOCTORS in Wirral have raised concerns that confidential medical records have gone missing. GPs have contacted Margaret Greenwood, MP for Wirral West, to report serious delays in the transfer of records - and that in some instances the crucial documents have never arrived at all. Ms Greenwood said the system was in "chaos" and called on the Government to give assurances to patients that it takes the safe delivery of confidential medical records seriously. The MP raised the issue in the House of Commons revealing several GP practice managers in the constituency had spoken to her directly about the problems. Her call joins a chorus of concern that patient care is being harmed by failures in the records-management service run for the NHS in England by private company Capita. Ms Greenwood said: "It really is important that GPs are able to view patients’ records when making decisions about their care. “The Government granted Capita a £700m contract to provide services to GP surgeries over a year ago, yet we are seeing real problems with their delivery. “A number of GP practices in Wirral West have raised this issue with me directly - and they have made clear their concerns about Capita’s handling of confidential patient records. “There have been cases of patients’ records being delayed when they move practice and in some instances confidential records have simply not arrived at all. “This is a wholly unacceptable state of affairs and I am very concerned about the impact that this may have on patient safety." She added: “The service is in chaos and the Government must take responsibility for these failures. "They must take urgent action to address the problems with the delivery of confidential patient records.” She asked the Government to recommend to NHS England not to renew its primary care support contract with Capita. Earlier this year the British Medical Association issued a warning saying patient care was being compromised over delays in records being transferred - even when they were urgently needed. NHS England said it was aware of the issues with Capita but added that they were being addressed. Capita has apologised for the "varied quality" of its services.
cheshire man
19/12/2016
21:00
Classic double bottom both on highest volume since the first profit warning.Think there is a good chance low is in at least for a while. Especially with the good news about a contract extension today.
tim 3
16/12/2016
14:17
Keep waiting these will be worth considerably less next year.
blueball
15/12/2016
15:31
Also interesting that yesterday's bounce off the previous low was on fairly decent volume.
tim 3
14/12/2016
13:20
Just keep buying the dip, still very cheap
bigboots
14/12/2016
12:56
Bounced now nicely
mj19
14/12/2016
08:22
Does not appear to have got close to a bottom yet. At some point this will be a good recovery play but we do not appear to be close yet.
salpara111
14/12/2016
08:15
Look at the chart whats it saying.
blueball
13/12/2016
21:52
Plenty downside yet.
sux_2bu
13/12/2016
21:50
Agreed Minerve.
tim 3
13/12/2016
20:35
I would wait. There is no hurry.
minerve
13/12/2016
20:20
https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=CPI.L stay short.
blueball
13/12/2016
20:12
Well I'm still in but not sure I would buy if not (which probably means I should be out!) Showed bottoming patterns before then blasted through them lets hope this one holds. Its basically revaluing itself at present.
tim 3
13/12/2016
20:05
Should we buy yet? Or wait
mj19
13/12/2016
11:48
Indeed made a low of 4.30 on the 9th if it holds or makes a higher low bottom could be in and a decent bounce likely at least for a while.
tim 3
12/12/2016
18:14
Management changes and a dividend cut equally desirable. With debt as cheap as it is ever likely to be paying it down, at the expense of profitablilty, could be viewed as erroneous.
patientcapital
12/12/2016
17:58
M, sold my small punt at 5.15 on further consideration of the statement. However unable to avoid my indirect holding in CPI through IT holdings. Agree on the longer term attractions, however a BOD maintaining the dividend while selling what looks a highly profitable division to improve debt metrics, makes 0 sense to me. Woodford may see it very differently, and in fairness he has probably forgotten more about CPI than I will ever know. The market imv would have been much happier with a divi cut.
essentialinvestor
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